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1 Northwest Career and Technical Academy Course Expectations Digital Electronics Technology Mr. Chapple Course Description This one-year course is designed to provide students with the fundamentals of digital electronics. Students will receive instruction in the characteristics of fundamentals of Analog and Digital electronics, Combinational Logic Analysis and Design, Sequential Logic Analysis and Design, and Microcontrollers, as well as an introduction to the basic principles of Robotics. Students will experience the practical integration of high-tech applications of mathematics and science concepts. Students will learn the correct use of a variety of tools and will build projects related to digital electronics while demonstrating safe work practices. Student will work in problem-solving environments to construct and troubleshoot systems according to industry standards. The challenges of a career as an engineer and related career options are explored. Instructional practices will incorporate integration of diversity awareness; including appreciation of all cultures and their important contributions to our society. The safe and appropriate use of technology is an integral part of this course. This course will fulfills one of the elective credits required for high school graduation. Course Goals Upon completion of this course, the students will be able: 1. To develop solutions to problem-based learning activities while working as a team. [NS: AUT 10.5, IL 9.0; CADD ; N.12.B] 2. To integrate appropriate grade-level math and science concepts and skills into electronic projects and case studies. [NS: RBC 1.0; CADD 1.0; Math A-D; N:12.A.1, N.12.A.6] 3. To solve problems which involve (DC) direct current, (AC) alternating current, microprocessor controls, and related circuit analysis. [NS: AUT 10.1] 4. To demonstrate skills in the use of tools, machines, equipment, instruments, and computers to solve problems associated with electronic circuits, electrical components, and system controls. [NS: AUT 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0, 10.1, 10.2, 10.4] 5. To investigate the use of fiber optic cables within the transportation industry. [NS: IT 7.2.6] 6. To research the career opportunities and educational requirements related to all aspects of the transportation industry, including entrepreneurship. [NS: AUT 10.8, 10.9] 7. To practice various measurement systems associated with electronic technology. [NS: AUT 7.0] 8. To communicate through oral, written, or graphic means the results of problem solutions. [NS: AUT 10.3, IL 9.0; RBC ; CADD ; N.12.B] It is recommended that nontraditional careers be encouraged and that gender-neutral teaching materials be utilized. The emphasis on hands-on activities allows for a wide range of ability levels. Equipment, tools, and machinery should be adapted for use by students with physical handicaps and the methods of their use should be adjusted to accommodate these special needs. Additionally, instructors are encouraged to use supplemental textbooks and audiovisuals illustrating special populations.

2 AUT= CADD= IL = IT = N = RBC = Automotive Technology Computer Aided Drafting Information Literacy Information Technology Nature of Science Residential Building Construction *Site Specific Course Approved May Textbook(s) Textbook(s) Technology Engineering and Design (by Brusic, Fales, Kuetemeyer), will be the primary text for this course. If lost the student will be responsible for a $80.00 replacement fee. Materials The following materials will be required. 1. Safety Glasses 10. Highlighters: 5 different colors {Blue, 2. A (2 inch) three ring note book. { D ring is preferred} Green, Orange, Pink, & Yellow} 3. A set of dividers, eight sections for the note book above 11. One box of tissue 4. Graph paper (1/4 ) {No spiral bound paper} 5. Note book paper 6. One box of nitrile gloves {50 pair per box} 7. A (4G.) or larger flash drive 8. One ream of copy paper 9. Two blue rolls of shop towels

3 Course Outline/ Benchmarks The topics to be studied will be approached in the following manner: Many of the concepts listed below will overlap throughout the semester and year. Most concepts will take one to two weeks for the students to develop an understanding. Once a concept is learned, it is used the rest of the year. This is similar to a math class. 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester Topic CCSD Objective State/National Standard Topic CCSD Objective State/National Standard 1. Enrollment, Course Scope, and Goals 7. Circuit Design Software General Shop Safety Logic Gates Fire Safety Micro Controllers/Sys. Circuits Fundamentals of Analog & Digital Combination Logic Resistor & Capacitor Values Sequential Logic Soldering Servo Motors 2.0 This course is based on the Clark County School District secondary curriculum. Controversial Issues: The Pros and Cons of alternative fuels and energy sources will be studied in this course. CCSD Objective study in the classroom of controversial issues is a responsibility of the public schools. The teacher, as impartial moderator, will inform the school administrator of potentially controversial issues before they occur. In the event a parent/guardian does not wish for their student to participate in the exploration of that topic, an alternate work will be assigned. The student will not lose points. Technology Applications The student will use computers, digital volt/ohm meters, micrometers, mechanical systems, hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, and machines for measuring power.

4 Grading Policy - Grading Scale Letter grades will be determined on the following scale: A 90% - 100% B 80% - 89% C 70% - 79% D 60% - 69% F below-60% Grading Procedures 1. Grades are determined by lab exercises, projects, drawings, quizzes, reports and test. The values are based on the length of the assignments. 2. Attendance is extremely important, because of the nature of the class. Students have to be in class to do the work. 3. The citizenship grade is determined by the way the student acts toward the teacher and other students. Discipline and behavior problems will lower the citizenship grade. 4. Notebooks are needed for students to complete assignments and to review for quizzes/tests. The better a student takes notes, the easier the assignments will be to complete. 5. Homework is limited because most of the course work is completed in the class/lab. When possible, students may sign out materials to complete assignments. 6. Spelling, grammar and neatness are important parts of your assignments. 7. Grades will be posted once a week online. 8. Work Place Readiness points are assessed as a class assignment. 9. Extra credit will not be given. Retaking a test or redoing an assignment will be allowed. This opportunity is offered at the teacher s discretion. Scores for the test and retake will be averaged and recorded. Basis for Quarter and Semester Grades Quarter grades will be calculated as follows: 70% Formative Assessment- Classwork, Homework, Lab Work, Employability Skills, Quizzes 30% Summative Assessment- Reports and Tests Semester grades will be calculated as follows: 1st. Quarter 40% 2nd. Quarter 40% Semester Exam 20%

5 Make-Up Work After any absence, the student is required to initiate contact with instructor to obtain make up work within three (3) school days (not three (3) class periods) directly following the student s return. Any previously assigned and due assignments before the absence are due the next class period upon return to school. For example, previously assigned work is due on Monday. The student is absent. If the student returns to school on Tuesday, the student must turn in that previously assigned work that morning, even though the student will not attend the class that day. Because NWCTA is on an A/B block schedule, it is important for the student to understand that extra days are not permissible when it comes to previously assigned work. If a student exceeds more than seven unexcused absences, they will receive no credit for that semester. Late Work Policy NWCTA has adopted a no late work policy. All students at NWCTA are expected to understand and demonstrate the Employability Skills for Career Readiness Standards. Standard indicates students are expected to demonstrate time, task, and resource management skills by organizing and implementing a productive plan of work. This includes working efficiently to make the best use of time, developing a plan of work to reach identified goals, and utilizing a time-management plan. If a student completes his/her work prior to a due date then it will be accepted early. Partial credit may be given for incomplete work that is turned in on the due date. When doing group work, be sure all members of the group have copies of all parts of the project and all members names are listed on the work being submitted. I.E.P. accommodations must be followed. Basis for Citizenship Grade Students must exhibit behavior that does not interfere with the teaching/learning process, and they are expected to demonstrate employability skills necessary for the 21 st Century. O Outstanding: student attends class without unexcused absences or tardies, submits work on time, is always respectful, cooperative, and non-disruptive of the teaching/learning process and follows all class/school rules. This student is a positive classroom participant. S Satisfactory: student attends class with two (or less) unexcused absences or tardies, submits work on time, is always respectful, cooperative, and non-disruptive of the teaching/learning process and follows all class/school rules. N Needs Improvement: student has 3-5 unexcused absences or three unexcused tardies, some of the work is missing or late, needs occasional reminders to be respectful, cooperative, and/or non-disruptive of the teaching/learning process, and needs occasional reminders of class/school rules. U Unsatisfactory: student has 5 or more unexcused absences or four or more unexcused tardies, the work is often missing or submitted late, student needs frequent reminders to be respectful, cooperative, and/or non-disruptive of the teaching/learning process, and needs frequent reminders of class/school rules. Student engaged in academic dishonesty.

6 Class Rules: 1. Food/Drink/Gum/Candy is NOT permissible. Water is acceptable in an approved container. 2. NWCTA Hall Passes must be properly issued to leave the classroom. No passes to cars will be issued. 3. School Rules All school rules listed in the NWCTA Handbook will be strictly enforced within the classroom, including but not limited to: a. Proper Use of Computers b. Proper use of Internet c. Tardies 4. Academic Integrity- All students involved in copying, plagiarizing, or cheating of any kind will receive a zero on the assignment and a U in citizenship. In addition, students may face additional consequences based on the severity of the incident. Please see attached academic honor code for further clarification. 5. Follow the Instructor s directions the first time the directions are given. Classroom Progressive Discipline: Certain actions including insubordination, violence, and harassment will warrant immediate referral to the dean. Students who choose not to follow the classroom and school rules listed above will face the following consequences: First Offense Verbal warning Second Offense Teacher s written warning and copy ten sentences of the rule broken in 5 minutes Third Offense Teacher phone call/ home and copy an essay Fourth Offense Dean s Referral Office Hours I will be available before and after school for make-up work and questions. Generally, my hours will be 6:50 am 2:00 pm in room 319. Special appointments may be scheduled on an individual basis. Unique Items Pertinent To This Class: 1. Lab Fee of $60.00 per year and is due by September 30th. 2. Appropriate clothing for lab work will be discussed in class. 3. Extracurricular involvement will consist of extended project work and we have a Skills USA club. 4. Lab clean up, care of equipment will be covered in class and it is a required activity. 5. Course expectations may be modified at any time to meet changing needs in industry and presentation methods.

7 NORTHWEST CAREER AND TECHNICAL ACADEMY ACADEMIC HONOR CODE Students are expected to demonstrate honesty and integrity while in attendance at the Northwest Career and Technical Academy. Each student is expected to do his or her own work, including homework, test-taking, class and computer lab assignments, and the creation of essays, compositions, term papers, computer presentations and scientific research. There is no distinction between giving or receiving unauthorized help; one who helps another to cheat is as guilty as one who benefits from cheating. The following actions are considered cheating: 1. Claiming credit for work that is not the product of one s own honest effort. 2. Providing unwarranted access to materials or information so that credit may be dishonestly claimed by oneself or others. 3. Submitting work to more than one teacher for course credit without prior approval. 4. Forging or falsifying of any school records or forms. 5. Knowledge of and toleration of any of the foregoing. 6. Any behavior which can be defined as cheating represents a violation of mutual trust and respect essential to education at the Northwest Career and technical Academy. Students who cheat should expect to be confronted by their teacher, staff member, or administrator observing this behavior and be subject to one or more of the following consequences: 1. Zero/no credit on the assignment. 2. Notification of parents/guardian. 3. Documentation on Discipline Record. 4. Required Parent Conference 5. Signing of a behavior contract to be placed in the student discipline record. 6. Honor Code Probation. 7. Exclusion from school activities such as dances, activities, athletics, field trips, and graduation 8. Loss of college recommendation letters. All students who have computer access should be aware of the Acceptable Use Policy for computer usage and follow it completely.

8 Northwest Career and Technical Academy Course Expectations Agreement Digital Electronics Mr. Chapple I, (print student s name) have read and understand the Northwest Career & Technical Academy CCSD Lab and Classroom procedures and rules with Mr. Chapple. I agree to follow them throughout my Digital Electronics course. I also understand there is a $60.00 Lab Fee due now. Northwest Career & Technical Academy requires every student to work in the lab where air, electric and hydraulic tools are available. Northwest Career & Technical Academy must have the parent/guardian permission for their student to participate in the use of power tools under the instructor s supervision and instruction. If any student has a situation which the parent or guardian would prefer the student does not operate power tools please state so on this form. DATE STUDENT SIGNATURE Parent or guardian: please initial A or B below. A. I wish my son / daughter to participate in the use of power tools. B. I do not wish my son / daughter to participate in the use of power tools. PARENT SIGNATURE DATE Please include the $60.00 course fee. PARENT OR GUARDIAN EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION MAILING ADDRESS PHONE CELL DAYTIME HOME Return this consent form to Mr. Chapple along with your course fee by September 30th. A fine slip will be issued for late payment.

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